Crowd Album Website Proves Social Media’s Power

Recently, I just realized the true power of social media.  I always knew social media was powerful.  Using it brings more views to this blog.  Yet, a certain website proved social media’s power more than I thought it was.

Back in August 2013, I attended a Mickey Avalon concert at Orlando’s The Social.  Most people know Mickey Avalon for the hit song “My Dick”.

With my iPhone, I photographed what I could.  I avoided flash.

After photographing, I performed quick photo-editing.  Next on Instagram, I simultaneously uploaded the pics to Facebook, Tumbler and Twitter.  I didn’t think anything of it.

Recently, I found out two of my Mickey Avalon pics wound up on a website called Crowd Album. Underneath my pics, I saw the hashtags I used.  From what I gather Crowd Album uses concert pics photographed by audience members, pics found from Instagram, Twitter and Vine. As they mostly use USA pics, some Crowd Album pics are international too.

As Crowd Album handed me credit, these are the two photos the site used.
Mickey Avalon at Orlando's The Social

Two women at Mickey Avalon's Concert in Orland's The SocialI never thought someone would spotlight my cell phone pics on their website.  Yet, Crowd Album proved me wrong.  I will never underestimate the power of social media ever again.

 

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